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Cat Kaleidoscope Stars


Kris is making fabulous kaleidoscope stars using the 1.5″ 60-degree diamond Inklingo collection.

Kris writes:

“After seeing the kaleidoscope stars on the All About Inklingo and Quilt Obsession blogs, I decided to try some of my own. I’m using┬áthe 1.5″ diamonds and hand piecing. Inklingo made it easy to print identical sheets with little to no waste. I found this method better than having to line up fabric repeats and stacking to cut. The most difficult part of this process was finding the right fabric. I chose this cat fabric as practice before investing in more yardage, but I love the way my stars turned out.”

Who could help but loving how these stars turned out!


I think a close-up of a few of these wonderful stars is called for.


And here’s the big surprise – these wonderful stars all came from this fabric. Doing kaleidoscope stars is so, so easy with the no waste fussy printing/cutting Inklingo technique.



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Vintage Modern Baby Quilt

Ruth made this lovely baby quilt using the Inklingo 1.5″ 60-degree diamonds and the 3″ 60-degree hexagons.

She writes:

“This is my Vintage Modern Baby quilt made with inspiration from the Emma’s Butterfly Stars pattern, but made with larger shapes and no embroidery! I used the 1.5 inch 60-degree diamond and the 3 inch 60-degree hexagon.
The finished quilt size is about 50 x 60. It’s named after the Moda fabric line used in the blocks. It’s for a very special new baby in the family. I stitched her name all around in the blue sashing.
Love the line of fabric and, of course, love Inklingo!”


Pieced Hexagons

Frummie is making 6″ Pieced Hexagons using the 1.5″ and 3″ 60-degree hexagon and diamond collections. All but one of those pictured were made using those collections. The bumblebee hexagon was made using an enlarged version of a free pattern available from the Badskirt blog. Frummie enlarged the bee by 150% to have a finished pieced hexagon of 6″.